When I did a search for why uTorrent is being seen as a virus, I saw from uTorrent that there seems to be a trend where all of the anti-virus companies are clamping down on the Torrent programs. It appears to be a direct attack. It is assumed that the powers that be are putting pressure on the Antivirus companies to stop torrenting. Now I know that Kaspersky is not going to admit this, they probably can't. But I need to get to the bottom of this.
I know I can set exceptions. So I can bypass it. I just need to know honestly though, is there actually a Trojan in the updates. If there is, then we can take it up with uTorrent directly, and I will do this. But if it isn't, then I need to know why you are saying that it is.
When I looked into the details of the removal of the update, it says that the fileserve.js file is the culprit. Can you let me know exactly what in that js file is a problem (I am a Java developer, so I can check this)?
Can you clarify this all?
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